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Ten Clues for Rethinking Curriculum
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Geneva | 2021 | 23 p.
Renato Opertti
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This discussion document highlights the urgency of rethinking curriculum in light of reinforcing the commitments of the Education 2030 Agenda on learning, disruptive systemic worldwide societal changes, and crucially, the profound transformation of education and education systems post Covid-19. Curriculum is always at the core of giving effect to social aspirations and ideals on the why, what, how, when, and where of teaching, learning, and assessing. We propose a series of 10 interconnected clues to deepen on the systemic and holistic understanding of curriculum as contributing to lay foundations for a better, sustainable and fair future. These clues are: understanding the new generations; combatting factors related to vulnerability; reinforcing understanding between school and families; deepening glo-local education; enhancing the focus on the person; promoting synergies among values; valuing diversity; focusing on education that enhances freedom; moving toward hybrid modes of education; and inspiring affection for educators.


Type de ressource: 
Documents de politique et de stratégie
Instruction civique / citoyenneté / démocratie
Compréhension internationale / Mondialisation / éducation internationale / interdépendance
Inclusion / diversité
Initiatives transformatrices / pédagogies transformatrices
Niveau d'éducation: 
Éducation et protection de la petite enfance (EPPE)
Enseignement primaire
Enseignement secondaire
Apprentissage tout au long de la vie
Éducation non formelle


Curriculum development; Vulnerability; Local curriculum; Diversity; Hybrid education